In March, we were fortunate to attend the Association for Preservation Technology (APT) Mesa to Mountain Symposium in Salt Lake City. The symposium reviewed historic projects with a focus on the western United States.
As BIM gains popularity, design firms are discovering the extraordinary value of this tool. BIM is quickly becoming a crucial part of the design and construction process. The project applications of BIM are virtually endless. To give you a better understanding of BIM in practice, we have compiled a list of some of our favorite BIM projects from 2016.
We had a blast at this year’s AEC Hackathon in Seattle! The weekend was filled with brilliant ideas and inspiring collaborations among AECO professionals. We even had a chance to scan several rooms at the Hackathon. Our president, Carlos, met with the host of AR/VR Live, Tim Reha, for an interview regarding the value of scan-to-BIM technology.
BIM Snap Shot of the Old Post Office in Chicago, IL Welcome to our introductory BIM series, where we discuss the many dimensions of building information modeling. Stay tuned for…
Building information modeling (BIM) is an exceptionally powerful tool for the design and construction industries. Offering a 3D visual database of your project, BIM contains all of the design and construction details required to virtually see and build your project. Owners are now capable of seeing into the future and can make decisions with confidence.
Earlier this month, the Epic Scan team packed up our scanners and ventured down to the beautiful Venus Beach in San Francisco, California. We enjoyed a day of creativity, 3D laser scanning and some epic sandcastle building (with only a touch of rain)!
Historic preservation projects are some of the most important and valued projects in the A/E/C/O industry. The preservation process allows architects and designers to maintain and increase the lifetime of the world’s most treasured locations.